This week covered 2 Samuel 24 which included David's sinful census and the aftermath.
This week's Bible study covered 2 Samuel 23, David's last song, and the recognition given to David's mighty men.
Rabbi Glenn continued the study of the life of David with David's great psalm in 2 Samuel 22.
Rabbi Glenn continued the study this week with 2 Samuel 21, discussing the 3 year famine due to Saul's terrible injustice against the Gibeonites - cf. Joshua 9.
Rabbi Glenn continued the study of the life of David this week with 2 Samuel 20.
This week Rabbi Glenn reviewed the defeat of the rebellion and death of Absalom, and went on to study 2 Samuel 19:1 - 20:2.
This week Rabbi Glenn covered 2 Samuel 17:1-19:7 the defeat and death of Absalom.
This week Rabbi Glenn returned and went over 2 Samuel 15-17.
This week Jerry filled in for Rabbi Glenn and continued the study of 2 Samuel. He first briefly recapped several previous chapters in 2 Samuel and continued with 2 Samuel 16:15-19:8. The study this week focused on the relationships in David's family, human will vs. God's will, and the need to have discernment when dealing with persuasive people.
Rabbi Glenn continued the study with a very important lesson this week. He talked about the many parallels to be found in this narrative between King David and King Messiah Yeshua, and the all-important issue of our loyalty to Him.
This week Rabbi Glenn continued the study of 2 Samuel with 2 Samuel 10-12.
This week Rabbi Glenn covered 2 Samuel 8 and 9 and took several questions.
This week Rabbi Glenn continued the study with 2 Samuel 7.
This week Rabbi Glenn continued the study with 2 Samuel 6.
Rabbi Glenn continued the study of 2 Samuel with 2 Samuel 4-5.
This week the study reviewed the end of 1 Samuel and the military defeat of Israel at the hands of the Philistines. It also covered Saul's death, and how David responded to the news. This week it covered the rest of 2 Samuel 2 and all of 2 Samuel 3.
This week Rabbi Glenn reviewed the events leading to the conclusion of 1 Samuel (including all of 1 Samuel 31 and the death of Saul and his sons), and proceeded to study 2 Samuel 1:1 - 2:11.